Walgreens, CVS join Walmart and Kroger in asking customers not to open-carry guns in their stores. Now Walgreen’s and CVS. Let’s all jump on the insanity train.

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Carter Burger
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Open carry is stupid. Who do you think the bad guy with a gun is gonna target first? The guy walking around with a Glock on his hip. Keep it concealed and surprise the bad guys when someone starts shooting back. That being said, I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve walked in these stores with my gun under my shirt and nobody knew….

StrinaM
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Agreed.

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They may be whining about open carry, but you never know who many CCW folks are shopping….Don’t shop at CVS, Walgreens, and never been in a kroger, I do go to Walmart for something I may need in a hurry, that’s cheap, but they never know I am CCW.

BarbR
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BarbR

Nothing like conflating crazed mass murderers with your regular ol’ customers, eh? Or perhaps these retailers think that the bad guys were planning on doing a little shopping if they survived being shot by the good guys? Optimists.

StrinaM
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I hate CVS. If it wasn’t for the fact that I HAVE to get my meds there due to insurance constraints, I wouldn’t.

JPTravis
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“I hate CVS.”

Me too. No matter how many times I tell them not to make the automatic calls to the home, they do anyway. No matter how many times I tell them not to automatically refill prescriptions, they do anyway. When Dad was getting a lot of prescriptions there, the phone was ringing constantly, with auto calls telling me it was time to refill, they had already auto refilled, prescriptions were ready for pickup, do I want them to refill?, etc. Drove me nuts. I would walk in and tell them please do NOT do any of that auto stuff, and please STOP calling the house. It would be fine for about a week and then the calls would start again.

StrinaM
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Duuude! I had to go there THREE times to get one med filled the first time because they don’t do prescriptions via computer. THEN I needed specialty med, so had to go thru their specialty pharmacy. Had to call multiple times to get my meds. My doc had to call multiple times to place the meds. Then the DAY BEFORE I had to start taking them, they called FIVE times to get info they already got from my doctor THREE TIMES but didn’t write down. I’d rather deal with the VA.